Definition of "barrister-at-law"
  1. A legal professional who is authorized to argue cases in court
How to use "barrister-at-law" in a sentence
  1. After years of rigorous study and practice, she officially became a barrister-at-law.
  2. The barrister-at-law was recognized for his ability to convincingly argue complex cases in court.
  3. As a barrister-at-law, he was deeply familiar with court proceedings and adept at presenting his clients' cases effectively.

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